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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 September 1881

THE STATE OF RUSSIA, Restrictions on Discussions---The Lit tle Sadowa Street Mine Foul Bread. St. Petersburg C London New?. The extraordinary measures of pre caution adopted on the railway from St. Petersburg to Peterhof are most significant. One sees soldiers mount ing guard at short distances along the whole route, as if in a hostile country, and with a second line, or some of the first line, partially concealed behind the trees, for, as the train passes along, glimpses of soldier-sentinels in the woods are seen from time to time. At the same time the avowed policy of the government is to tranquilizer and give the appearance of calmness. To this end serious intelligence is hushed up, suppressed, and even boldly denied in the face of incontestable and well known facts, as in the late ollicial dis claimer of disturbances at Saratof. AVith the help of such devices we aro told that confidence is returning; that the object of the administration is to educate the people in the political...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 September 1881

1 ' rT;:JAasrl:'-xJ..'JfcJJ.K.l. - - r-1 " flipping. Accidental. Little Lottie to her ffU'ml : hnvc so many cures. Ycs tenbiy a little baby lister arrived, mid papa in on a journey. It was hut a piece ofhick that mamma was at homo to take can1 of it.'' ftciiconfiWri's novel "Endymion" 18 now prllinj; at two cents a pound. Whv tlie price keens w high is not explained. "Endymion" is very henry and at two cents a pound might to yield a handsome profit. The ranchman burs Ins cattle, txirnw them out on the range, and while he is sWping his stock is growing. So with ndyrrthnng, while you arr sirring or eating, your ad Yortipfmr nt is being read by thou sands of persons who never saw you or heard of your business, and never wmld htd it not been for your ad vertisement. Index. Oenrr has a population of less than o(,000, but it includes six men who rc worth from $1,000,000 to 5,000,000 each, twenty who are wcrth $500,000 each, and 200 who represent $250,000 in their own right Denver has, bes...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

I JLi'i Jl. VOL. :j. r )akll( rroN, i. t., sep. 24, lay 1. NO. 3. rertrAWwrjtoiTiMrjKAVirg?TV3trtriTiv r' TRA.N S P( ) RT L;JLLjCj 1 JliiN WM Bt1 M 'PI IK STOCKMAN. 7hmv q liothlntf .so xny, A.- in hen during May The stockmen nro bavin their rtffiud.up. So longer in enmp, Ami In mud hntiej dump. The Jolly cow ljoy.-j nn bound np. The Me.kim j7Krjr He look proud and tony, Ami fci;iiiH to fol winter Ik ortr; t'ltn'x 11 (1 . . for hl- master, And runt? all tin- Ulster, lie li nanllinjf the ktsUsh nml tlio (Mover. Ami many n beast Id later shipped KilHt While westward 013 many n dollar; Bo HtOOklUfll I'Dtllt' fill Am! dress up In the full, lU'n nobby from the. foot to the collar. As ttip.'lthlnj;men''J "liops" Is well known Kahn A SoIUoks. Where the stockmen nil imjetnnd ni'i' '. ntdlnp Soyn'il purehnne 1 guess, At rliV tlrtn "IC. & s." Wliotj uociils wnir forever without iidi:i. At. K. plait. .fKsr. i:wnh. FLAI1& MAINS. Live Stock 'om mission Moreh'hls KANSAS CITY SfOt'K YAH1V,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

r y HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. FDBLISHM) S15MI MONTHLY, Ik the Interest of Indian Civilization and Process, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. W win ii iw! iiwwwwwwmwi,w,WpiMlwrrwww THE SEASHORE. The President Safely Conveyed to Long Branch. A GUIS AT SUCCESS. The removsil of the president is con sidered by the surgeons iv great success. The journey was Accomplished without the slightest trouble of any kind, and -with much less disturbance to tlio pa tient than had been expected. The jarring of the train and the rattle of passing bridges gave him no trouble. The heat was the worst element, but tho rapid movement of tlio train and the fact that all windows v.ero open and gave a good current of air, and this, with the fanning, kept tho presi dent quite comfortable. Tho railroad arrangements were per fect. No trains were in motion at the time of tho passing of tho nation's special, and tlio only noiso from tho outside was from that of bridges. There was a universal turning out AT ALL STATI...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

Mumam'jMjmuu H LITERATURE AS A BUSINESS, Past and Present Examples, and the Part Journalism Has Played. London Dally News. Tho stories of Otway, Chatterton, and Savage prove that tho misery of oven distinguished men of letters was something more than a myth, suggest ed by Pope's hatred of Grub street. The vast increase in the number of readers has raised literature from the gutter, and oven enabled her to share the crumbs that fall from civic tables. Chatterton and Otway, and oven Sav age, could scarcely manage to starve in our time. To be sure, if they had insisted on writing pootry, and noth ing but poetry, they might have made acquaintance with hunger, bankrupt cy, and the work-house. But the times would have taught thorn wisdom. There is only one recorded instance of a poet who refused to write even an ordinary letter in prose, and ho was a Frenchman of 1830. In Chatterton's days the most degraded failures in lit eraturo, tho poets whose lines would neither scan nor rhyme, turne...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

"IT The Transporter jHir.i.iruKU si.Mi'MoNTinA. bAHfilNGTONINDIAK T33R2WTOR' tettli&erinticm, $1. pe" year in ndVtmce. "VV. A. K.ITOX, KilHin-A: Publish SVTl'HDAY H;r7KM1lKlt.'l, 1$1. hli: KniHa City Evening Star is UiYo, year old nl has eight thou fMiri uheribers. Cortiud v. Mosser are gutting ready u loniv Furl Reno. Those Who viiii t pictures had better bo quick about it. A line tfu'o of Still tree and Cali fornia tree saddles, and oiled calf leggiite just received by Yurk-l'ar-kiT-Dmpr, Mercantile Cr. At tho fair at Muskogee twelve .Indian women eonthotod for tbe liicUotiJ mid dli1. It toolc a ood dual uF ridinfr and KtunV twin to enable IS U 4 fine judge? t( decide. Mr. h. Candeo pft hurt Monday for the East, lie goes to Washing ton, and will also visit Sow York, Philadelphia, .Boston and other mar jffteu, ft'fui make largo purchases fur 'Ills' fail and winter trade. The Oklahoma enthusiasts held a .meeting a tow days ago at Wichita, Kansas, at which Payne showed ."mineral ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

w,l.).WW'V''Wl.fcLWMWTlUI,JllAJM.'a MU4rtMA !,. lMfcl.6..i LSxiwawa'A.'-Aur'"; i.Trnnrncai CS13!R3??31Mi r n sSrU )rii r i j j VOI,.:',. 1)AHL1XJT()N, I.T.,SKI -.24, INtfL NO. . APr'.i i mm iniiiw III I 'i VI h !Ma-MBiw i OrsswslI Bank, ARKANSAS CITY- K.A.S, I,. Hl'HY. - - Cashier i w Lot- of prairh ,--h'inncr mi I lit Two agenK one IVojlm JVmi and road mm. Smij( .Muni: iCrom ' the other from New Mexico railrusid Colorado on account of low wages j companies, hac heen in China con aii'i high livimr, and more frm the trading I''1' ''heap l:ilxr on -those d.-niiiliv iv.dims of .Illinois. Indiana! mads Tin outran tn American .... .v",.n.?,Mt.. .. I... .. u...iL!n.f 1 i. iii Cul. Pii.m. I si ho l- should lie si milled. Our ITOV- Monrtnj KmmmmcmI. I sitmUiy lXrpi)U-l. ,.v thclli r-rtim-. W 'fil'leld j eminent sllOUnti exercise its right It) mfi.s -nmc ibiv, xoing. Tin-miay, -r'.K.,,,...,, f puohihh this iupnr(alir,tfi o.f human liurMl.iyAihiHl:i.v.. irnliw . Moii.lns ' ' ... , ,, r . iJ-J...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

y nyiMnw nnmirmwwiTHW xnvnn,mtstrnr miiii)iiiiii')jl)iitmMiM iimliSmiumI imm,kWUi'JmiiU; il.H.tL.ffr..-.Mf. f V AllSorte. Cattle in the vicinity of Loiid'ayi. Dutsirio .'ire lvhitf IVmii-drought.. A (wo inch snow fell at Miistfitors, 3ebniskft, September (lh. The jury in the case of Dr. Thom ip. of thi::), charged with heresy, ui'turntMin wrdiet of guilty. Wielvi'hi made a very croiJi table isplruv ' grain and fruits nl the tate-fritir at Topeka last week. Tke5o(lgc City Times says that heep in Ford county su fibril much 5coin the late cold rains. Ken. Burnside died suddenly on flit' evening of the 13th inst?. whiJ'e airlinj' in. a carriage: -with a frioiuh Tom1 "Badger shot and kifTed Win. 'iitiair. after playing cards withliim 1.1 (Uf-y. Both wore Chcrokees. (J race Greenwood (acs. Lippin uyti;) is in London, an invalid suf ihring from asthma. The Treasury Departimmtand the Kbstofifice Department wen estab lish ud' in 17Si)- Mrnrqiiis dk.' Roehambvau, owe of jlie lreneh delegates ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

f j 'ttuitvg r awS ar. Parties I hid hip; ; stock in any of tho? brands iidvi'iiisctj in this paper will confer a favor by inforniinirtheown- it hv Ictlrr or postal card. 1 j-- 'iroimvcJi tn id Von ISM Hii, I'orl Uenb liul. 'Per. ii.... ... - ci'rC ro .. 4nuMriAM. V. ri'M mi Mill II II CiC'f.rl'? Hold; Dnrlifigtan, 1 T' Also ADA. proprietors KOKT RENO DAJKY. Milk delivered rcunhiry every niwnintf ul Fori Reno and Darlington. Mtl&e -."t--.v . UrM RSBs iy rw n y -1 . -. .. ijaiauy " ioitvjr. H'. .f.H?-T si xi ifr. f j iH mi n n i.wr'?i ir til z atk uiAHBi 7Ljufn tv-v r.wn' Tftk:i7H''rtA: l.tsT fJTJCj,-r'J.'AVVMin .. i.l luxi Irfw CHTy..?'uVVri.T;s1. iX tuni ih Pf?i wi .. ... I King. Simla (lerimdoH, K on i H jaw. "ft dreicory, ICldfed & j&(o., David btith, nmnnspi', luemeine Lodge, Kan.. bmd brands, LUV, LM canneeted, aiid u: S on lift side. nny comb m side or Join. Anything you may iked, and if it is iri tlio ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Furmsliort You At Lowest Poss...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

'" OUR FAITH, Tho contest's loforo us; Tho enemy's strong. Tho conflict's a floreo one The fight will bo long; lint contending for right The salvation for man; Wo have faith in our God, And conquer wo can. If In numbers wo trust, Wo may as well yield, For the enemy's line Extends o'er tho Held ; But contending for right, Wo hold tho fort still; Wo havo faith in our God, And conquer wo will. If wo lean on ourselves Trust in our own arm, Wo shall find very soon We've cause for alarm ; Hut contending for right, In a cause that is just, Wo have faith in our God, And conquer wo must. MARCIA ARNOLD. Tho town of 11, in tho Stale of 0, ia distant twenty-five miles from tho woll known city of C , and being a beautiful village, is much patronized by tho wealthy residents of tho neigh boring city as a summer home. It is not merely a place of pleasant but transient resort, but many metro politan families have permanently located there, having erected ele gant mansions and established themselves...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

HOUSEHOLD NOTES. Caudle. Bent up an egg to a froth, add a wineglass of sherry, and a hall pint of gruel, llavor with lemon peel and nutmeg, and sweeten to taste. Test for Puke Honey. Put one toaspoonf ul of honey into a wine glass, with about the same quantity of water to dissolve it; then put in a few drops of tincture of iron. This turns pure honey black, but will not discolor any other syrup. Potatoe Cakes for Bkeakfast. Save from dinner a soup pla e of mashed potatoes, add to it half a tablespoonful of pepper, the same of nutmeg, a little salt and the yolk of an egg; form into small cakes, put into a buttered baking pan, brush the top with the white of an egg, and brown in a quick oven. Bread and Butter Pudding.- Butter a deep dish; put in custard beaten up of two eggs, and mix with some sultanus; Jay into it pieces of bread and utter without the rind, and sprinkle over each layer sugar and sultanus, flavoring with cinnamon or nutmefj. When the dish is filled up place in oven an...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 September 1881

tfttCteV.JWl'lTr.'.'T.Tnri -rr-r;ia7riAnjrrjvr-i.i..w..:...i..ww UAAArtM jL ujJUJ. MIWMjmM urillUT, 1 iii'ti.'iiMMlriilTjlMnttSSMttT2''3 Two million 1 trick per day arc be ing laid in Chicago. More building imbuing done this season than in any year .since the (ire. Ja'spcr Dolara, a notorious Ohcr okee horse thief, wan captured by a United State deputy marshal at Hot' springs, Ark. fit-was heavily armed, bui made no resistance. New York has given !2),000 and Boston $20,000, to reliere tho suf ferers by the recent forosf, fires in Michigan. Ten thousand dollars per day is needed to feed I ftp multi slide thut ix rendered homeless. Werf cattle an? getting scarce in Texas and fears are. entertained that the supply on hand will fall short of jjiome demand and the markets to be furnished in New Orleans and Havana. Too many one and two year olds have of late been driven north. lied River Chronicle. "English sportsmen met their Wa terloo on the Mth inst. "Iroquois," &wned by Lorillard ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

V A n TT J? VTJi 1VT AT 1 IjJom I JLiN IN Jcj YOL. :$. DAKLINGTON, I. T., OCT. 10, 1881. NO. 4. iwiiwij.ijjjiioiiiiiwjijj,mjtim)wum1.iai WPW5WT3H9 paaiMimnni J TRANSPORTER, LIT fn JMIK STOCKMAN. m. it. plait. JKSMC WANS. There i nothing so gay Ah when (hiring Mny TJip stockmen urc lmvij)jj lliolf ronnd-np. Xo longer in camp, And in nmdhoiiHto damp, The jolly cow lvy.M arc hound up. Tho Mexican pony J To look's jirntid ami tony, And (li'cms 1o feci winl or is over! Cares ad . . -for his mast or. And runs all tho faster, llo is smelling the grans unVl the clover. And many ii hoist, Is later shipped K-ast VJiilj westward goes many a dollar; So tiKK'luiicn come all And dress tip in the fall, Ileal uohhy from tho feethvj the culhxr. As the clolhingmcu "Ilo-itT Is well known Kahn &. Sehios-s. Where UicMocKmen all meet and are trading: So you'll pnrehurie 1 guess, At the tlnn "K. & S." WhiMio goods wear forever ivlth-nrat fading- Kahn & Schloss, STOCKMKX'.SJIKAIKirAIiTKUS Cor. ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

M.HUJtlJg KTBP 4 THE CH E EHJNEJR AN S PO RTEH . PUBLISHED 8I5MI MONTHLY, In the Merest of Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. THE ECUMENICAL METHODISTS, What is Boing Accomplished by the Methodist Ecumenical Council Sit ting in London. Special Cubic to ClilcnRO Times, Sept. IK. Whatever the Methodist ecumenical council may do in the way of giving the different branches of the great Wcsloyan family a better opinion of each other, it is doubtful if it will ac complish anything of that kind for the members of the family who are sepa rated by the Atlantic ocean. It may bring closer together those who are sep arated by questions of church policy, but it is not likely to do anything to remove geographical barriers. The differences between the English and the American types of character were never brought out more strikingly than in this council. The council is yet in session, but the interest in the proceed ings is beginning to drag, and at the same time a ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

A A Reminiscence of James A. Gar field. Just nt this time we all read with sad pleasure any reminiscence or touching tribute to our lamented presi dent, and nothing has come before us rnoro tender and pathetic than this contribution by Emma Janes, a "Wash ington correspondent, writing to the Providence Press : On February 8, 1S7G, after the regu lar business of the day, it is stated in the formal phraseology of the Record that Mr. Phelps (Connecticut) offered a resolution that the house has received with profound sorrow, the announce ment of the death of Orris S. Fer ry, and that proper tributes be paid for his public and private virtues. Ordinarily this would have been the prelude to a very prosy scene, during which most of the red-blooded men of the house would have sauntered out of sight and hearing, except the few who had been pressed into service for euphemistic tributes. But Senator Ferry was a man so greatly held in esteem, and his death had been one in such a memorable serie...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

tWHtllftWJU,'rJB,,tWJHa?.TKi1MMJWi ransrrakTWejiirai The Transporter VlHU.JSHIU) SKMI-iMKTIIIY. imLINGTON, INDIAN TI3KB1T0RY Sttbsoriition, $1. per your in advance r. A. KATON, Kdilor k Publisher MONDAY eTMlW'.7lM), 1SSI. A evelone recently struck Quiiicy, Blliiims rtrA destroyed property val icd lit UK),(KX). Hewins & Titus have 5(ld to tenrgn & Co. eleven humlrwl bond ff ciTtlli to ho delivered at KetTKork Ranch on the 20th inst. The stock of tfirls in tliif country &-limit'd.. Tlier'i nrc two stores kept Jywlnto men. -Darlington Corres pondence A'rkinwiw City Dew- A nuin stopping his paper, wrote tf) the editor: 1 think foitllcK ottent H) spend their nuiney furpaypcrmy laddie diddent and everybody said to M-alhe irulligentest nmn in the ramlrv ivnu h ImT. the smartest 7tmely l' boys that ever dugged liters.!' Jam CT. .ftnicH and Peyton S. Jones, vf Southern Colorado, liavo sold, to (?. L. Underwood1, of this city their kittle, horses, r:mchw-et. lor .tyi'Ia, 'jOO. The...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

Mimrmfrwww,7J9viwvisMi -.- L1! r 1 rJ -U . Jo.. ,?L- YOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T.5 OCT. 10, 1881. NO. 4, WKnatskzamafBtsaara sraaapaggavwqjsgsBgavgrartiaavajLiux immumiiu n ,m miiiinw iw r ra'VrewacuwamranaKSM&TaHniecg TRANSPORT PI.WMWNl ou 111 JH . ...ff A- V .JX. Tl .,iC A 1 -" . Ores well Bank, AllKAWSAS CITY, KAN. J. L. HUEY, - - Cashier. Lvtjshbst Paid Otf Time Deposits. Money Loaned at Lowest Rates. Funds Guarded by Sargent & Greenleaf's Time Iook. ?rYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. fcMl.i..TTiT.T..1rrfvnnnrrtTT)))n).T MMnwirfrwvtM'WtJjYafc'Ti T. R. HOUGHTON, DEALER IN )Uuinn(4rlou;:h. tho fiunoim clothier of KuiisiiM (Mty, is HtUl at llio front with tho lur ui'st hIohU of elollthig, wort hover $100,000, to bo found in tho Wost. Uo employs no street drninmorw, no useless men whom the hnyer limsL pay by koIUiik shoddy tfoods lt the prieti thr genuine urtieki oiiLfhl to sell ior. lie has, however, ti lull lorou oil he bct clerics In the country, who are always ready to show xoodtt...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

V4 V r MtoMMmvLvmMMibKmsitiiimWKtiw .M atft , fU, ywW rj &. IV f ' 'A - . . A HnUimllhu I'osLaMic nt DulinyUm, Iwdl hii Tcfn'ltory, iih hooowI :1uph uiiiUur. Culclwi'll & Ft. .Sill i.lntv AltlltVK. AltKIVH. Trom North 11 ii. in. From .South 10 n. in. Mondays lOxocptud. SundnyH Kxcupted. Stupes, aanio tluip, w)Us ,S. Tuoriday.H, TUjursiliiys&SiittinluyH; tfolng K. MomluyM, ViidiioaduyH & Fridays. ,. T. & S. F. It. K, TIMK 'IWMiK. t'Al.liWI'Jil. STATION. Mjuiiiiimodatlon, Amtivig. n-ro a. ai. a: 10 l. Af. Dltl'AKT. 8:00 I'.iM. TirUU A. iM. Loral jukI General News. The Garfield fund' now amounts tti $81,000. Mr. Candee is enlarging his resi fonec by the-addition of two rooms. , Ajjjunl I Tunt and wife, en route idv the ICswt, passed through thi glace last Monday. FOR SALE. A good saddle, bri d3c; rope and quirt. ICncpiiro at tibiv office.. Mr. Putt is building a kitchen on Ito south side of his residence- an improvement much, needed'. D." Hays, of Wichita, Kansas, w...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

TJIK KVKNIXfJ STAR. TIlK m:?T I.f!,V I'.W'KIl IN K.VNS.K CTTV. The Evcming: Star, established in Kansas City Nwt- imtiiiiiu, Imh achieved tlir mom re. Miurlcuble, snicC'HM in the history ot western -louruulbun. Jt Ihih MtubHslifl i welU-nrned reputation l'"f I'Mtci'pt'iM ami nidi-pendenco. It is enpceiully valuable to tin people of Jlb. souri, KiiiifitiM, Arizona, New Mexico ami the indiun Territory, boeauxo: Jul. It KivcBiiil the news of the. wwM in a condensed, readable form. 2d. Il commercial d purtment i unsur. pnssed for AiHucsh, necuruey and reliability. It tftves the. oomplotn reports of tho Kansas City markets; tho tnarknU of New Vork, Toledo, Chicago-and t. Louis by telegraph; the Kansas City live stock reports In full, the, St. Lou fa and Chicago live slock markets by telegraph, etc., ete. Tho Evoninjr Star is rnvaluable to every stock miser and dealer and to every one who Is Interested in com mercial affairs. The .'Even ing Star contains the fullest re ports of Kansas Cit...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1881

m u muujujumiiinim mjmflUBim4,uimmmniiiiiHn i nsEacwttxxiiitt ii IN BLOSSOM TIME. It's 0 my heart, my heart. To bo out in the sun and ing 1 To fling and shout in the ileitis about, In the balm and tho blossoming. Sing loud, 0 bird in the tree, 0 bird, sing loud in tho sky ; And honey-bees blacken the clover bed There are none of you glad as 1. Tho leaves laugh low in the wind, Laugh low with tho wind at play; And the odorous call of the flowers all Entice.) my soul away. For 0. but tho world is fair, is fair; And O but the world is sweet ! 1 will out in tho gold of the blossoming mould, And sit at the Master's feet. And the love my heart would speak 1 will fold in t lie lily's rim, That the lips of tho blossom, more pure and meek, May olfer it up to Him. Then sing in tho hedge-row green, 0 thrush, 0 skylark sing in I he blue; Sing loud, sing clear, that the King may hoar, And my soul shall sins with you. Ina D. Colbrllh in Boston Transcript. THE BOY WHO HADN'T HALF A CHANCE. "Ralph,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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